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Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Now Available on Demand

The latest Dragon Ball Super movie starring Gohan and Piccolo is now available for fans to watch again on two services, with more options coming soon.

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Now Available on Demand

Dragon Ball fans can now watch for the first time or relive the experience of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, the latest movie in the series, from the comfort of their own homes.

Where to watch 'Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero'?

The movie, starring Gohan and his master, Piccolo, can be viewed on Amazon or Vudu, starting at $13. Fans who want to purchase this adventure can get it in a Standard Definition (SD) version for the aforementioned $13, or a High Definition (HD) version for $15. These versions are available with both English and Japanese audio. It is worth noting that once you purchase this version, you can watch it as many times as you want on a smart TV, smartphone, console, or web browser. For now, this is the only way to legally watch the movie from home.

What other options are coming in the future?

For those who want to get Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero at a cheaper price, you'll have to wait. For now, it is known that a rental version will be available starting March 28, where we will have the movie at our disposal for 48 hours after pressing play.

It is also expected that the movie will be available on Crunchyroll. In addition to being the distributor of the movie in North America, the official Dragon Ball Super Instagram account announced in mid-December that Crunchyroll would be in charge of the home video release of the movie. However, aside from pre-ordering the Blu-ray version for March 14, there has been no mention of its arrival on the streaming service. Taking this into account, its arrival could come so as not to take away strength from the sale of the physical format of the movie.

What is Super Hero's place in Dragon Ball?

Coinciding with the release in Japan of the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero anime comic -the usual comics that adapt the anime through screenshots of the movies themselves-, Akira Toriyama himself, the creator of Dragon Ball, has clarified the chronology of that movie. “The movies up to now have followed major episodes in the ten years between the original manga’s Majin Buu arc and the final chapter. ‘Super Hero’ is a story right before the final chapter,” shared Toriyama.


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